Restaurant Mon Petit Offers Cat-Themed Gourmet Dining Experience

Restaurant Mon Petit Offers Cat-Themed Gourmet Dining Experience

For a limited time, Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, the creator of Mon Petit, is offering a cat-themed restaurant experience for cat lovers. Mon Petit is a luxury cat food, also known as Fancy Feast in the US. The diners will experienced eating and feeling like a feline royalty.

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Restaurant Mon Petit has waiters and waitresses dressed up as cats in formalwear. Not only do the staff wear cat ears, but the diners also get a set of adorable “necomimi” cat ears.  They are apparently controlled by the wear’s brainwaves so that the wearer knows what it feels like to have cat ears.

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Since this is a promotional restaurant, Purina hired Phillipe Batton to recreate dishes that are inspired by Mon Petit cat food. Some of the dishes are actually a representation of the Mon Petit cat food that is already available in the market.  The meal is actually free and you can only win a table reservation by lottery.

Restaurant Mon Petit Menu

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Turkey Terrine

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 Tuna with Japanese-style bonito flakes

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Creamy chicken soup

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Chick breast stew

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 Chicken and turkey blend with cheese and something that looks like cat biscuits.

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Grilled beef

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Fish with cream sauce

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Crème brûlée and crackers that look like cat biscuits

The entertainment for the evening is a virtual motion-capture game using a mirror image screen. So you can see yourself as a cat in the mirror.

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The Restaurant Mon Petit is certainly a worthwhile marketing investment that creates a luxurious dining experience in the mind of potential cat food buyers. We are certainly sold!

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Via Trendhunter and Rocketnews

 

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